“No Time to Die” — Daniel Craig’s final appearance as super spy James Bond — has finally arrived. Originally scheduled to hit theaters April 2, 2020, the film was one of the first in a long line to be postponed in the early onset of the pandemic. In January 2021, the film release was pushed back one more time to Oct. 8, when it was released in theaters and has grossed over $700 million at the worldwide box office so far.
Is “No Time to Die” Streaming?
“No Time to Die” is not currently streaming, and thus far plans to release the film on streaming have not been revealed.
Is “No Time to Die” Available On Demand?
Yes, you can rent “No Time to Die” on VOD right now.
When Is “No Time to Die” Out on Blu-ray and DVD?
The James Bond film will be released on 4K UHD Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD on Dec. 21st. The bonus features on the home video release include the following:
- ANATOMY OF A SCENE: MATERA – In true Bond fashion, there is an incredible pre-credit sequence featured in No Time To Die. A breathless chase shot in Matera that starts on foot, then motorcycle, then car. Not just any car either – the iconic Aston Martin DB5! Through interviews with Daniel Craig and director Cary Joji Fukunaga, plus on-set interviews with key members of the crew, we discover how the filmmakers shot this breathtaking sequence.
- KEEPING IT REAL: THE ACTION OF NO TIME TO DIE – In a world full of CGI-heavy action films, the Bond franchise proudly stands out from the crowd for always shooting practical stunts, without the use of special effects. In this piece we see how No Time To Die continues with this tradition with its amazing action sequences.
- A GLOBAL JOURNEY – Exotic locations are synonymous with all Bond movies and No Time To Die is no different. As well as returning to Bond’s spiritual home, Jamaica, for Daniel Craig’s final outing, we also go on a global journey taking in Italy, Norway and Scotland. We’ll hear from Daniel Craig, Cary Fukunaga, other key cast and filmmakers, on what it was like filming at these spectacular locations.
- DESIGNING BOND – Production designer Mark Tildesley and costume designer Suttirat Anne Larlarb, along with cast and other filmmakers, discuss the inspiration, challenges and trials of concepting and making such remarkable sets and costumes for the iconic Bond franchise.
- BEING JAMES BOND – In this special 45-minute retrospective, Daniel Craig candidly reflects on his 15-year adventure as James Bond. Including never-before-seen archival footage from Casino Royale to the 25th film No Time To Die, Craig shares his personal memories in conversation with 007 producers, Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, in the lead up to his final performance as James Bond. This special is available on 4K UHD only.
What is “No Time to Die” About?
“No Time to Die” picks up right where “Spectre” leaves off with the revelation that the trio of preceding Craig films all point back to the organization Spectre that shared affiliation with each previous enemy. The presence of Spectre and Bond’s surprise foster brother Blofeld will play out in the end installment of Craig’s era.
Cary Joji Fukunaga directed “No Time to Die,” which is the overall 25th entry in the Bond franchise The cast aside from Craig includes Rami Malek as Bond’s enemy Safin, Lashana Lynch as a new ‘007 agent and Léa Seydoux as Bond’s love interest. Ana de Armas, Ben Whishaw and Christoph Waltz also star.
Are Daniel Craig’s Other Bond Movies Streaming?
The four films leading up to “No Time to Die” are all available to rent or purchase on Amazon Prime, Apple TV+, YouTube, and Google Play. This lead-up starts with 2006’s “Casino Royale,” which covers Bond’s battle with Le Chiffre and his doomed romance with Bond Girl Vesper Lynd (Eva Green). Next comes 2008’s “Quantum of Solace,” in which Bond fights a new enemy — the organization Quantum — and moves on from his past romance in “Casino Royale.”
The more recent films behind “No Time to Die,” 2012’s “Skyfall” and 2015’s “Spectre” are slightly easier to find outside of the four sites mentioned above. In addition to rental or purchase options on Amazon Prime, Apple TV+, YouTube and Google Play, “Skyfall” — which features Adele’s famous eponymous single — is streaming on Paramount+, Hulu and Epix. “Skyfall traces the roots of Bond’s origin, pitting him against villain Silva. “Spectre,” which ties all the films together, is additionally available to stream on the FX cable TV channel.